We talked this afternoon on South Carolina's Spending Accountability Act (which was formally signed into law today). To refresh people's memories: Governor Haley had campaigned in part on a platform of transparency, with a specific focus on the South Carolinian legislature's ability to vote on funding issues without their votes actually going on the record. The Governor has long been a proponent of reversing this, and the Spending Accountability Act is the result: it requires roll call votes on bills, particularly ones involving the budget. We spoke on this and some other matters:
Gov. Haley's Facebook page (mentioned at the end of the interview) can be found here.
Moe Lane (crosspost)